Our partnership with Access Creative College
Our further education courses are delivered in collaboration with Access Creative College – a national training provider which offers creative courses in seven cities across the country. College courses include games art and technology, digital media, video and photography, music performance, music production, vocal artist and event production. The college also runs foundation degrees in partnership with Nottingham Trent University.
Confetti counts musician Jake Bugg and actor Vicky McClure amongst our ambassadors and we’ll soon celebrate a quarter of a century as a leading creative industry educator. Similarly, Access Creative College, now in its 26th year, has seen thousands of young people access its training, including patron Ed Sheeran, as well as Rita Ora and Jess Glynne.
Why have we aligned with Access Creative College?
This partnership allows us to develop unique and innovative new courses for college-level students, leading to improved outcomes for students and further improving quality standards. Additionally, we are able to share resources, industry connections and partnerships – leading to employment focused outcomes for our students in one of the fastest growing sectors in the UK economy.
Does this partnership affect student support at Confetti?
No, it doesn’t. Student support with always be allocated on a student needs basis, so no change to how this process works at Confetti. Find out more about our Student and pastoral support services and our Additional Learning Support team.
Does this partnership affect undergraduate and postgraduate students at Confetti?
No, this partnership only affects our college-level provision. Our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees are validated by our partners at Nottingham Trent University.